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Vol. 57. No. 24 University of Florida,Gainesville Thursday, Oct. 8, 1964

THE DEEP SOUTH'S' FINEST COLLEGE PAILY" -
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Cuban Exiles AidMIAMI


(UPI) Republican vice presidential nominee William E.
Miller promised Wednesday that a Goldwater administration would
d Jt recognize a Cuban c xile government and give it arms and supplies
to use against the Fidel Castro regime.
Miller flew here for a speech Wednesday night expected to encom-

pass Republican proposals on Cuba.A .
large number of Miami's huge colony of Cuban exiles, many of
whom rolled out the red carpet for President Kennedy her In 1962,
were expected to attend.
Miller arrived in midafternoonfrom
HHH Brands
Jacksonville, his first stop
during a Florida swing that also

THREE STATELY brunettes for the 1964 Sweetheart title from Included an overnight stop atSara- 'Radical'ASHTABULA
vying Homecoming are, sota anda visit Thursday to Lees- Barry

left, Mary Arliskas, 19, junior from Clearwater; Carolyn Anne McDonnell 20, Wll-I burg. Earlier Wednesday, Miller

liston Gables. The Sweetheartwill campaigned at Augusta, Ga. Ohio (UPISen..
senior, and Betty Jane Wendt, 18, sophomore of Coral
In a speech to about 2,000 per- Hubert II. Humphrey, Democraticvice
be announced during halftime ceremonies at the Florida-Ole Miss game Saturday. sons at Jacksonville University, presidential candidate, told

Miller said that if he and Sen. audiences during a brief, speedy

FOR AMENDMENTS'DEFEATRichman Barry Goldwater are elected In November campaign swing late Wednesdaythat
"we're going to move Sen. Barry Goldwater Is nota
toward the recognition of a Cuban Republican but a "radical."
government in exile and we're going "Radical Gold water ism"he said
Blames Editor"Alligator to encourage other members in a speech to an Ashtabvla rally,
of the Organization of American "does not equate with responsible
States (OAS) to recognize the Republicanism."The .
government in exile. Goldwaterltes have in
editor WalkerLun- ment which received fair treat- the election. This was done. The "We're going to give that government short kidnapped the conservative
dy's incompetence and the positioning ment was Amendment Four, which amendments, plus Article Four on assistance and let them tradition and are using it to mask
of the Honor Court amend the Alligator endorsed In an edi the Honor Court constitution,we republished fight to take back their own home- a radical assault upon the very
ments on last Thursday's ballot' torial. in the back pages of the land." fabric tf the American community."Is .
caused them to fall," charged "The other three amendmentswere Alligator along with the ads." "We would go as far as we couldin Sen. Goldwater really a
Honor Court Chancellor Gerry not publicized at all," Rich- "The entire publishing--the supporting them with materialand Republican? No, no, a thousand
Richman. man said. "The Student Govern- amendments plus Article F 0 u r-- arms," Miller said. times no."
"The Alligator did not publicize ment (SG) constitution requiresthe ran about two and one half pages.
the amendments sufficiently," amendments be published in The part of the constitution published -
I[ I IFive
said Richman. "The only amend- the Alligator one week prior to space. consumed It was an utter most of waste.this Growl Skit Winners

Most students throught the whole skits were selected for Gator Growl last night as a wind-
Election Records thing was just the amendments and chilled crowd for students and faculty members watched 12 fraternities i I l'
didn't bother to read it"he said. and sororities attempt to get their skit into the "largest all-student
"Two weeks before the voting, produced show in the world."

I wrote a summary of the amend- The winning skits (in alphabetical order) are Alpah Delta sorority,
Highest TurnoutNew ments and took It to the Alligator Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, Delta Tau Delta fraternity, Phi Kappa Tau .'
office," Richman said. fraternity and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
"When the summary hadn't ap- Also entered In the tryouts were skits from Alpha Tau Omega fraternity -
records for total votes and Over one-third of the student
Beta Theta Pi fraternity, Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Kappa "'
percentages of the student body body voted. The 5,300 turnout was (Continued on Page 2))
Alpha fraternity, Kappa Delta sorority, Phi Delta Theta fraternity and
were set in this fall's campus 34 per cent of the possible total, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
elections. the highest turnout ever achieved,

iCiC according to Honor Court records. Parking LotBeta's


AbsenteeismHits "By-virtue of the 5,300 turnout, ,
Walker L u n d y's editorial state
CouncilThirtynine ments are quite wrong,"said Steve FateBeta I ,
Cheeseman, clerk of the Honor
Wood the Infamous
Court. "The Alligator did a good ,
percent of the "lovers' lane" of UF students,
job covering the elections, but
Legislative Council memberswere may be doomed for the sake of
Honor Court coverage could have
absent at the Council
been better," he added. progress.
meeting held Tuesday night According to Calvin C. GreeneJr.

at 7:30. ., director of the Plant and
Members absent Tuesday Cheeseman said the small fall Grounds Division, the UF plans to ,
night and their party affiliations election turnouts are usually a result build a parking lot in the 16-
fi
are: of the rush at'the beginningof acre tract of land which separates
John P. Borum (G), AllanB. the academic year,and that many fraternity row from Corry ji j
Carmel (V), Dennis E. people are unaware of the Impor- Memorial Village. The parking lot r i jt
Guldl (G), Barbara A. HornV tance of the elections. has become necessary to handlethe \t
( ), Judith D. Hugglns (V), overflow of cars accompanying pp '

"DickeY"' Jones (G), CalvinL. Poor publicity and poor a "population explosion" on
Jordan (G), John D. KaylorG campaigning have been blamed for fraternity row. i,
( ), Julian Kelly UlV),"Bm" the turnouts In fall elections! Four fraternities have either
Burns (G), Thomas A. Richmond built or are in the process of
(G), Jerry D. Ross (G), At most polling places there was building new houses on the row,
Virgil Scott Jr. (V), TrumanG. no waiting to vote. At the Hub, complicating the already critical ) i
Scarborough Jr. (V), which served all oft campus residents shortage of parking. The lot is
Judith A. Smith (V), MichaelW. there was only a five- scheduled for completion before
.Stratton(V), Exum D.Wal- minute wilting period. the end of the year.
ker (V), Louise W. WeadockV Also being discussed, according
( ), "Bill" White(V),Carolyn The Hub was used for the to Greene, is a proposed village
DELTA TAU DELTA members
J. Wilkes (V), Carolyn L. greatest number of students for married law student and their fraternity act like spell-

Williams (G), Ronald V. because it Is the most centrally families similar to Schucht bound Roman senators as they perform before a wind-

Flnerty (V), Thomas W.Still located area. It bad five voting Memorial Village for medical students chilled crowd In Gator Growl skit tryouts In the
(V), ..and David R. Creech (G). machines to accommodate thevoters. to be located somewhere
Plaza of The Amert cas.Cardinals .
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Attendance DiscussedInactive Richman Blames Alligator Editor I




committees and poor (Continued From Page 1)) the amendments to pass. I did, Richman said part of the failure vote on Amendment Four. TV. ,
of the amendment to pass was was a very effective t
attendance at Legislative Council too -very much. That's why we way of kin;
meetings were discussed by Sec- peared by the Sunday before the strove to have The Alligator help due In part to the positioning of Ing It because the approval of n \ 1
retary of Legislative Affairs,Mar election, I contacted Lundy and Gerry circulate the petition to the amendments on the ballot. per cent of the students Is m-! I -

ty Edwards, at a Gator Party cau- asked him what had happened to have the fourth amendment put on "They were hidden In the upper for the amendment to pass. Thuwas
cus.Tuesday; night. It. He said they had lost it. I the ballot." left corner," be said. "Many students not an official V.O.T.E.'pirt5

"In the past, the majority party gave him my copy of the sum- simply didn't see them, including campaign, but the actions of SOme
has had all committee chairmen mary," he 1I1d."Thursday's In response to a question as to some of the students who Individual party members." Rich.
and all Important members' said Alligator urged the why part of the constitution was. signed the petition to have Amend- man said.

Edwards "but this year the bestmen students to vote for the amend- printed with the amendments,Lun- ment Four put on the ballot. Nothing can be done about the

will be chosen, regardless ments, but cautioned them to read dy said,"Gerry Richman broughtthe "We had demonstration of the failure of the amendments until I
of party affiliation." and understand them first." he material to my office. I voting machines the Tuesday the spring elections when they will

lie also said the expects the number said. There was no summary of assumed he knew what the constitution before the election. One of the again be placed on the ballot
of committees to be cut from what the amendments were about.'One said we had to run and vice chancellors of the Honor' Richman said. '

11 "non-active" committees to five of the major reasons the wouldn't have brought anythingdown Court demonstrated the vptlng pro-
or six "effective" committees. amendments failed was Lundy's that didn't need to go." 'cedure. Even he failed to see the
Edwards said there are at least Incompetence. Had they been pre- amendments on the ballot and didn't
five council members In Gator sented properly to the student body, "I guess that was a wrong as- vote for them," Richman said. twig says:

Party who never come to meetings. they probably would have passed," sumption." Richman said. "My "This poor positioning of the
Some have been married, Richman said. charge of incompetence against amendments on the ballot cost us
some have dropped out, of school questioned about Rich- Walker Lundy nothing personal. at least 1,000 votes," Richman
and some just don't want to come man's charges, Lundy replied, I like Walker. A movement was estimated.He .
to meetings. He said one memberhe "I'm sorry Gerry feels that way.I afoot to remove him as Alligator said the amendments didn't
knows has not been to a meet- think perhaps he's looking for a editor, but I stopped It." fail because of poor voterturnout. -

Ing since the last elections. scape-goat I guess he just wanted "The voter turn-outwas much
Lundy said, "I guess when you higher than we expected," he
criticize the powers-that-be on added.
you've got to expect this
campus
"There were two other occuren-
get YOUR message thuouChwith ; type of 'movement.' They'll have ces which may have contributed to

to get rid of ,all of us to get the failure of the amendments,"

The Alligator off their backs." Rlchamn said. v y

"SG appropriated $15 to print
The Alligator has been critical posters urging the Honor Court

of SG In several areas this fall, amendments be passed.We printed TRACY'SAre

most prominent of which have been 70 posters, and put them up on the
privileged seating for SG football green boards scattered around Here
games and the Inactivity of the campus.

Legislative Council. "Almost as fast as we put them

up, they were taken down.We don't
Lundy said,"One person alreadytold know who aid it. white blue green

one of our staff members that "In addition to this, several gold black -
AlllQAtOR aoventlslnc navy
; they've gotten rid of editors for V.O.T.E. Party members instructed -
this sort of thing." their fraternities not to




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Campus News BriefsAlpha

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Kappa Psi Library ScheduleMr.

C.T. Myrick, viceThe UF Main Library will
president of the Aetna Steel be open Friday and Saturday
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it. Corporation in Jacksonville, nights until 11 P.M. The University -
will speak to the members of College Reading Room
Alpha Kappa Psi in room 112 will remain open as a studyof
Fy X the Medical Center tonight hall on Sunday through Friday

Sq Yn at 7. Guests are welcome. nights from 1112.
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UF chapters of Young Dr. George E. Wolff Asso
Americans for Freedom and elate Professor of Social Sciences -
Students for Goldwater are at the UF, will be the
arranging to have bloc seatguest on "Florida Blue Key
: ing at the Homecoming Game. Presents," a 13-mlnute coll
: 6 Anyone who would be interested ege-oriented program telecast .

in sitting in this bloc may every Friday night, at
leave his activity card at the 7:43 over WUFT-TV Channel
Service Booth across from S. Chip Block of Florida Blue
t 3'd i+s the Hub. Key, and Harold Dillinger of
t the UF Alumni Association
F Football Forum interview Dr. Wolff.


S dbii; : sponsoring Murphree a Area Florida Council Football Is Johnson Students!

yyFF Forum with Tom Shannon
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Students for Johnson will
'' '+P, Allen Trammell andSyd Mac-
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lean tonight from 8:30-0:30.
Union Auditorium at 8.. Ken
Refreshments and admission
Kennedy will report on his
free.Young.
are
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Republicans Cooner will present his Home
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A yc Y" The UF Young Republicans Homecoming is F-L-A for
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Oct. 17. The breakfast is open Rendezvous Club
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4, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Oct. 8, 1964 Coin Changers Liberal RepublicansDon't


Price : A Vocal Expect VictoryTERRY

Installed In. .
for the past."Many .

Leg Councilman ROGERS liberal Republicans con
Staff Writer from the urban East, and mo|
Four DormsCoin "Liberals In the Republican of them come from
A voice often heard on the floor Government has one overriding compete
to get off the two-party states, with
trying
of the Legislative Council Is that duty while serving his tenure In Party are section of a eras
It sinks," accordingto population
of Floyd Price,Legislative Council office. He should always support boat before similar
the
U.S. as a whole J
Rosenbaum, moderator he
machines were Walter A.
those changing
representative from Corry programs which, In his "Liberals
Village. opinion, will be most beneficial to finally Installed In the girls'dorms of the third political science the have always been
A V.O.TJB. Party member the entire student body. This Is Tuesday.The forum at the University Presby- party, he said. "Uber
have held the reins for the
noon. ]
Price, 3LW, was appointed presi- his duty even U the particular the terian Center yesterday
machines a gift from but their
the Repub- years, Influence WJ
of
liberal wing is
"The
dent protem of the Council earlier program Is not sponsored by his
put
Co. were now.II
Coca-Cola Bottling believe thata Ing
this summer by Student party. lie should have the desireto lican Party does not
In Broward. Jennings, Yulee and elec- "The liberal
this Republican
Government Vice President Dick find, the wisdom to know, and conservative can win i,
,Gober. In addition, Price Is Council the courage to do that which he Rawjlngs Halls. tion," he said. "They believe that made his peace with the New Deal
chaplain and member of the Budgetand feels to be right." The original Installment date the winner of the 'power struggle' said Rosenbaum."He is an uJ
Finance Committee. Price has been one of several was almost two weeks ago, but will determine whether the partycan nationalist, a fiscal concervatli
and Is
Price is currently mayor of members of the council to be Housing Department red tape held survive. mildly'welfare oriented]
Corry Village and Chairman of criticized by party leaders for not up their arrival. "I think this Is the"beginningof Rosenbaum'summarized
the Mayor's Council, which following the "party line." lie wasa a 'beach-head' struggle within ways liberal Republicans represents the five married leading member of the council "Before any vending machinecan the Republican Party for control.It from the rest of their party:((1
movement that will become dragged out guerilla tends to accept a strong executi]
housing areas on campus. held up the be Installed on campus, we
Being active In Student Athletic Association's summer have to receive a letter request- war," he said. (2) he accepts some Federal ad
Government Is nothing new to budget. He actively backed the Ing the machine and suggesting a He defined a "liberal vlsm, (3) he believes In a libel
Price. He was student body council action that led to changes location for it," said William Ney- Republican" as one who Is 'mild Interpretation of the constitutij!
president of Pensacola Junior 1 nth e Lyceum Council ticket lan, assistant director of housing. conservative,' 'somewhat committed and most of all, (4) he does
When he transferred to but with some relish believe a conservative
College. pricing policy and the guaranteeof According to Neyland it took sev- to reform, canpersonally
FSU, he was elected dorm presi- a price differential for student eral days to pick out locationsbut
dent, as well as a member of the tickets. final word
once he received ,
student body president's executive he notified Steve Johnson, vending
council (EDITOR'S NOTE. This is machine manager, to Install the Ec
Price, 23, received his BA the first In a "spotlight on student machines. x No. 585
degree In government from FSU leaders" series which The :.w
In 1983. In September of that same Alligator plans to feature this fall.) Three other machines already .
year, he entered the UF law school. were on campus. One Hume Hall
He Is a member of the Delta Theta Sigma Phi was bought by Hume Hall Area (D
Theta Phi legal fraternity. Council and the other two were

His wife, Bobbie Nell, Is also a Theta Sigma Phi, professional donated by Automatic Vending RrNo.677
U F student a senior In education. fraternity for women In Journal- Machine Co.
Price, active In church functions, cJEN
ism will have house
open Sunday In the future there are plans to
teaches a college level Sunday night, 8-9, In Florida Union Room bring four more coin changers on 4
School class at the First Baptist
21S.Mrs.! campus. One will be In ngert Hall
Church each Sunday. Rae 0. Weimer, society and the other three (donated by
His philosophy toward, and editor of the Gainesville Sun will
Pepsi Cola Co.) will be In Tol-
reason for being In, Student talk on activities of the organization ,.
bert, Graham and South Halls.The; 9LR
Government Is direct and to the ; all girls Interested in mem-
point. can be Installed as soon as the :
bership and School of Journalism
"In my opinion," Price states, faculty members are Invited to Housing Department authorizes
"every member of Student them. f c f/
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D.C. Gets First Vote In


Presidential RaceWASHINGTON Record HC Alumni


! (UPI) For the town, it's a big don't think even the Republi
I first time In history, Americans The District of have any question about that,"
I who live near the White House are have three Crowd Expected
II getting a chance to help decide istration would district Republican leader '
who Its occupant should be. will wind up in L. Shipley wasn't quite so
Thanks to the 23rd Amendmentto column. The Eighty-thousand alumni are expected Its second year of existence. Last
the Constitution, ratified In the this way, although the Republicans a '50- to return to the University year it was a street dance. This
spring of 1961, residents of the can leaders chance," Shipley predicted of Florida campus for home- year it will be a "full scale"
District of Columbia will be able a 50-50 chance. would be "a tremendous coming. According to Dick Adams, dance featuring the Hustlers.
to vote in this year's presidential over for Coldwater," assistant general chairman of There Is still some Indecision
election. Some 220,000 over the civil rights homecoming a record attendance about the location of this year's
Washingtonians still do not have have registered to ." Is expected for the weekend cele- ball. It was scheduled for the
home rule.Congress remains their Dan Noll, District residents can bration. Student Service Center and published -
city government. The 23rd Amend the local board of vote for president, they can The honored guest of the festivities that way In the brochure
ment limits them Just to voting that about 50 per vote for mayor. Years ago Is Sen. J. William Ful- which was sent to alumni. Plans
In the presidential race. tered De m 0 era t could vote for mayor but not bright of Arkansas. lie speaksfor are now being Made, however, to
But for this polltlcaily-ralnded form about 20 per camp."I the Florida Blue Key Ban- change the location to the gymnas
and Independents congressional actions quet Friday night. The senator is ium.
the District was created In the chairman of the Senate Foreign Another event started last year Is
The total limited balloting to mayor Relations Committee."We the Florida Showcase, an educa-
sents less than council during the District's want to stress the Homecoming tional exhibit beaded by Pet
number of years. Ball Saturday night and the Kelly. Pointing up the homecomingtheme
make of voting age. But was confined to other rela- Alumni Reunion Saturday morn- of "Gators Prepare a Collegiate -
many who did not minor offices until 1878, lag," Adams said. "In the past World's Fair," the show
I like a lion government control of the District finally attendance to these events has case will be In a tent In front of
a voting residence turned over the Congress. been much less than desirable." the Florida Auditorium.
beast state. They w was only in 1956 that Washing- The Alumni Reunion Is from 8:30 From Friday noon to Sunday,
you personally or by started holding primary to 10:30 a.m. Saturday on the twenty colleges on campus will
Democratic but these were merely Plaza of Americas. Coach Ray present exhibits demonstrating
John M. Bailey such posts as delegates Graves will make a ore-game pep their curriculums, research programs -
three electoral Democratic and Republican talk.The and building plans for the
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tongue in cheek and a wistful forward glance to November -
2 the Alligator editorial staff will attempt to Interpret the resultsof
the recent campus straw vote which coincided with Fall

elections.
Earlier In the trimester the Alligator announced It would
exert Its political vocal cords, for what they are worth, and
announce that we favor the candidacy of Lyndon Baines Johnsonfor
President of these United States. /

There were loud dissents heard across the campus, many, <..-
oddly enough arising from such meetings as the "Students For
Goldwater," as well as others. Other more liberal-oriented
students who do In fact favor Johnson mentioned that, while they NL
felt our decision was the correct one, perhaps It should not
have been stated In the editorial space of the Florida Alligator.
This reasoning was based on the contention that the Alligator
should not pretend to stand for the opinion of the student bodyIn
political matters. Often In the past history of The Alligator STUDENTS FOR GOLDWATER

the paper has taken political sides and then seen the tables rapidly

election.reversed as the students voted the other way In the ensuing Dedication And Courage NeededNo

Not so this time. The straw vote election, while admittedlynot
the most accurate method of fathoming student opinion, was responsible world leader suggests that Into a war that the Administration will not
held under election conditions.Despite normally poor voter turnouton we should withdraw our support from South permit them to win. To those that fear escolatlon
campus, the results are far from Indecisive. The team of Vietnam. To do so would unhinge a vast area, If some offensive action Is taken, I can only
Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey polled 2875 votes, almost thereby committing to Communist domination its point to the fact that nothing happened after
800 over the Goldwater-Miller total of 2090. Johnson captured resources and its people. This we must not do. we finally did take such action following the
57.9 per cent of the vote, a pretty fair mandate In any election. We need the dedication and the courage to face first Gulf of Tonkin raid. Such fear Is not based
This can be compared to former President John F. Kennedy's some unpleasant facts--a dedication and courage upon a sound defense of the free world but

52 per cent against Goldwater In a similar trial heat last fall. which is not reflected In the present appeasement to the aggressor.We .
What this means to us Is that the UF student body too joins administration. are told by the Administration that the
the editorial staff of the Alligator In endorsing the candidacy of I wonder If it is too much to ask the Johnson pUuation In South Vietnam Is most precarious.
Lyndon Johnson.We administration Just what is really going on in frue. We are told that the government there
thank you for endorsing our endorsement In such a positive South Vietnam. When an "Incident" occurs It leaves something to be desired. Perhaps true.
manner. seems that the news media are forced to rely We are told that these are the reasons that
upon Radio Hanoi and Radio Peking for any we are not winning. Not true!
Counseling Center PraisedWe facts. We are told only that ". .U. S. Harry Truman had a sign on his desk which
destroyers fired upon unidentified craft In the read, "The buck stops here!

would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the UF Gulf of Tonkin. The Departments of Defenseand Well, Mr. Johnson. .?
Counseling Center on their fine work In untangling students' State would not comment further. ."
lives. This service, free to students, is to be found at Room One wonders If facts are being withheld "for

125, Building E, directly behind Tigert Hall. security purposes" or if the incumbent LETTER:
All students should Inform themselves of the services offeredby administration has no idea of the situation or
the Counseling Center and should feel free to avail themselvesof could not tell us even if they wanted to.

their help If, and whenever such help should be needed. Some facts have filtered through, one being Our Political Bias?
that there Is no more shameful episode In this

: ;m 1 ; ;\ 1ill 1 m1t1m1 ;1111;11U1\1; \ m l1 11 1 1Um;;m1m1m1J1m1U11m11111m1\1111U1;;; ;\ U;1 or that any Americans other Administration have too often than been the plain requiredto fact

TODAY'S QUOTE fight with obsolete and cast-off equipment. EDITOR:
Another fact is U. S. Air Force pilots In
Vietnam are not permitted to fire upon the Monday's editorial demonstrates the usual
"Knowledge -- Zrzzpl Money -- Zzzzzzzzp! -- Power!
enemy unless fired upon, If they are not on a lack of logic and perception that has becomeso
Is built !
That's the cycle democracy on
scheduled strike. Thus, some weeks ago when characteristic of the Alligator's political

Tennessee Williams the Viet Cong began shelling the Soc Trangair editorials.
"The Glass Menagerie" field two young American pilots reacted Goldwater's foreign policy Is supposedly the
quite naturally: They scrambled their aircraftto topic of the editorial. I say supposedly becauseno
bomb and strafe the attackers. After being where do you Indicate Just what Goldwater's
The FloridaALLIGATOR counter-attacked by machine guns and rocketsthe foreign policy Is and why you object to this
Communists withdrew. Medals for the thing you have not bothered to examine or

daring flyboys Not quite. present.The .
They were handed a severe reprimand becausethe political bias of the writer Is so apparentI.e.
administration has another policy besidesthe Goldwater's "simplistic" approach and I
general one of no offense that dictates that quote "which in general seems to appeal to
Served by United Press International
there must be a qualified Vietnamese observer the less-educated and more emotional segmentsof
aboard in order ". .to pinpoint the target." the electorate." What poppycock! What in
Editor ..to... . . . . . Walker Lundy that only the
Whose rule book
Is this anyway? We would the world gives yeu the Idea
Managing Editor. . . . . . . Joel Gaston liberalism.
expect the Communists to stack the deck, but Intellectual elite Is on the side of
Executive Editor. . ... . . . Ron Spencer the administration. .? Perhaps else than the fact that you
Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Benny Cason nothing liberalism
Another quite perplexing situation is evidentto consider Intelligent, and
Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Dave Berkowitz yourself have
the intelligent observer, if not to the happens to be the side upon which you
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . Jim Hammock enough to
Administration. The Communists have This Is hardly
Sports Editor. . . . . . Glenn Laney violated positioned yourself. I supposeyou
neutral territory In order to maintain statement.
City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Haviser supply base such a broad, general tennis
routes for the Viet Cong. Sound Goldwaterltes wear
military tactics think that all
Campus Living Editor. . . . . Jackie Cornelius half-senile.
call for the interdiction of these supply lines, shoes and are little, old ladies,
a basic military move as old Milton Freidman,
as warfare Itself. I really doubt this. Surely
Tova Levine Jim
Editorial Assistants -- Bruce Dudley, ,
We can not afford the luxury-.as Horn and even,
we did in John Tower, our own Mallory
Castello Ann Carter DonFedermanNancy-BracheySaml'llman,
deefled
Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Korea--of allowing the enemy a "privilegedsanctuary" locally, our own Ken Kennedy couldn't be w
from which it may feed Its military little, old, senile ladies nor could they .

Reporters .. Ed Barber (Tlgert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pltz aggression. called even potentially stupid, or uneducated.And
Hall Cain Joe Americans are not there In force; but to the list is endless certainly no political
(Student Government Beat Chief), Jim Claxton, ,
those GI's on the firing line and to people-
their families Intelligent
Cardozo fraction can claim all the
Golub Joe Waldorf Sharon Kelley.Yvette
Bob
Kollln, in the states
they are in
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, a war. America can not even the liberals.
mean
not afford
again the
tragedy of victory
Gerald Jones, Fran Snider, Thelnu Moss mart, Bill Sadowski, sending our boys Another questl n. Does total civilian

Marjorie Green, Evan L&ngbein, David Kennedy, Marilyn Brickltn, the "wholesale decimation of..the Barry
Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandenBerg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers, LETTER: population?" And who says so -not liberals
Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam Brown Jeffrey Denkei'alter, Goldwater. Just a few of the extreme back
to
Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seitt, Bunny, and who are they to shy without proof and the
Goldberg, Kathl Blaney. Answer To EditorEDITOR them up. The defeat of communism does not
maintenance of our democracy !

TH& FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper : necessarily mean that the wholesale destruction..ul
of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly of every child with her ice cream cone

except during May, June and July when It Is published semi- Re: Privileged Seating At occur..there are other ways to Insure vlctoiT'placid
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The Your G-D. article, Church, Too One of them Is not sitting content, with
an obvious
the of their authors. takeoff and tranquil In tlkl-takl little house
Alligator. Columns represent only opinions on Art Buchwald and Al Capp your tlkl-t"1
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the. UnitedStates Stick to your G.-D- level. was really poor.. your tlki-taki education writing
Post Office at Gainesville. editorials.

Bill McClure Barbara Keller


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[ The 'Young Turks' ".'

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DON ColumnistThe GROOMS Supercensored HC Program PredictedEDITOR


weekly meeting of CLYDE,an organization
: find it. The jokes could be read on various
designed to help stamp out progress, was
levels and were as subtle as they could be.
this week by a burst of
Interrupted gun fire We are writing this letter to prepare Florida They were, we thought, on the sophisticatedlevel.
as a group of "Young Turk" Generals triedto students for the facade which awaits them when

pull off a coup. Gator Growl unfolds its Cod-fearing, Mr. Five hours after we submitted our tapeswe
After a pitched battle which lasted over an Cleaned, supercensored program this Home were phoned and told that the skit was
hour, the "Old Greek" Generals were joinedby
coming. disqualified for obscenity.Is .
loyalists who put down the coup.It Why are we angry? it fair, we ask, to let a small group of
should be pointed out here that the battle We feel that the Gator Growl Committee and Individuals decide In private just what the fine

was all purely psychological I I certain members of Florida Blue Key have pulledthe line drawn should be? After all, Growl is a

because no member of reins Just a little too tightly In their controlof showcase of university talent, and some public
CLYDE has the guts' Growl activities.Our evaluation of each skit should be made. A phone

necessary to engage In I fraternity recently entered the skit contestin call saying "no" Is awfully Impersonal after

physical conflict. all sincerity, with hopes of delivering a prize- spending a good deal of time and money recordinga
The rebel losses Included winning satire.At tape.

t four heapafrenlcs, three J a skit chairman meeting a few weeks ago Also, what Is the Growl committee trying to

catatonics, two paranoidsand 1 we were told by several Growl committeementhat prove but a. fact that is hypocritical relationto

numerous traumatic I this year's Growl would be a "good,whole- the campus? It wants to expose the fact that
shocks and psychic wounds. some, clean show." They then said that skits skits ran be pure and still be funny. But college

Loyalists had only two I could be risque but not obscene, and that the humor doesn't run on'the pure level entirely and

casualties. an "Old committee would draw the fine line between the we all know it. When it comes to judlng subtle

Greek" General who turned GROOMS two as it listened to each tape. There would jokes which most naive people miss anyway,

fascist, and an elderly be .no opportunity to rework a tape once it had the entire operation has, a falseness about It
slattern who went off to work In the flesh potsof been submitted, so you would be gambling highly that is almost disgusting. And we all know that

New Orleans. on the degrees of "risque-ness" the committee the alumni who support Homecoming are Individuals -

Probably the high point of the battle was would declare.In with a sophistication and remnants of

near the end when the "Young Turks" took oft a bulletin sent to us by James Hauser, an elan they once radiated. They wouldn't be

their gloves and began shouting personal epithetsat Skit Coordinator, we were told, "I highly shocked by humor which Is clearly not obscene
the staunch defenders of our apathetic fort. tecommend the use of satire and good college and can be read aloud In mixed company.
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"You're wearing a beard," shouted one. humor." Now just what In hell does that ambiguous As for children, It Is clear that Growl must

"Therefore you're a communist." sentence mean? This was another be above their level of Intelligence If it is to

"Your pants aren't pressed," retorted a vague remark in the cloudy situation of the maintain our attention.We .

loyalist. "Therefore you're a pinko." censorship committee.So wonder what our student body's reaction

The "Young Turk" groveled in the dirt we went to work, writing and rewritingour will be. Growl certainly not our show anymore.It .

clutching his traumatic shock. skit. We had it recorded by Alpha Epsilon Is controlled by a group of image makers who '

"Your shirt's wrinkled," he moaned. Rho, the honorary broadcasting fraternity. Its are trying to present a facade. Maybe the whole

"Therefore you're a fellow traveler." members at this session were in agreementthat farce of Growl would make a funny skit, too-- -

"You're a Dupe," cried a loyalist. "You'vegot our skit was in good taste, and that a but it would probably be censored anyway. ;

on different colored socks." person would have to read in smut in order to

The "Young Turks" retired from the battle- Richard W. Fleitas, 2UC

field momentarily, planned new strategy, then Manuel Fernandez, 2UC
nobly threw themselves into the breach again. Eric M. Andersen, 3BA

"You're clean shaven," they hooted."Therefore Florida Crops AidedEDITOR Richard Fort, 2UC
you're a fascist." Ken Lamb, 2UC

An "Old Greek" fell to the ground, fondleda Jeff Cooper, 3DA

picture of his mother to renew his strength, Kenneth A. Peterson, lUC

and blubbered: "You're ugly, therefore you're : William R. Myers, 3EG
ugly." Donald :Theodore Ryce, 3AS

The battle might have continued indefinitelyhad The UF Students for Goldwater say that

not an Itenerant gardener those this momentto Au 112 O "feels that the market economy,

hammer on the meeting room door. allocating resources by the free play of supplyand
"What you people doing In there?" he demand, Is the SINGLE economic system qet YOUR message :jchRouqh

demanded.All compatible with the requirements of personal

CLYDE members im'medlately lapsed Into freedom and constitutional government." In

silence except for the scrape of feet as each short, no government Interference In market P .
cowered against the other. prices. Since this is the single system suited ,

"Awww come on, fellows," pleaded 'the for us, there are no exceptions to the non-

gardener. "I've got to use the bathroom." interference policy -- any exceptions would

The CLYDE members took a vote and agreedto change or dilute the policy. 4;

i receive the gardener as a member of CLYDE Florida crops with government interferencein

provided he take an oath of apathy, swearingnever the form of price supports: corn, cotton, 7'svl4l, :f \ "' .. -. . ..
to be honest, forthright, prepared or to cotton seed,grain sorghum,honey,oats,peanuts,

escort any old lady across a street. rice, soybeans, flue-cured tobacco, tung nuts,

Since the gardener was in pain, he agreed tung oil, wheat, and wool. with allicatoR OVeQtlslnc;
without reservation to the conditions and was Will all farmers or farmers-to-be of any

initiated Into CLYDE.He of the above crops please write to The Alligator Gator Advertising & Classifieds Ext. 2832CL

did suggest that future meetings be held en masse and state your wholehearted supportfor

somewhere other than the men's room at the removal of all government price supportsof

north end of the stadium. His suggestion was your crop?

refused because this is the way CLYDE gets
new members. Burin Kantabutra, 4DA I IA





I Clear Choice FOI' President/ 1965 I IEDITOR r f =



see their own civil rights are protected while
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granting civil rights to others. Others yet,

will vote simply against Johnson because theydon't
In regards to Norman Small's letter of Sept.
for his personal integrity.
2' 1964 care
I reply.
at last be waning. Thisis
Voter apathy may
Mr. Small has no doubt noted that there is a
to be praised by all those who have studied
clear choice for the office of President, 1965.
politics and those who haven't. The apathywas
some
There Is enthusiasm because people no longer
due to political choicelessness. Yes, even
have to decide between "me too" parties. This
if it is due to someone with whom you don't
situation always leads to the voter taking a
I am Clad you give Mr. Goldwater the
definite stand and being outspoken about that agree,

stand. In the past many of our campaigns hive credit.

been like two football teams from the same
Thom O'Dell, Republican
university. Which team would one cheer for?
I It really wouldn't matter. This surely would

cause apathy. What else could follow?
P. S. Even if you sit on the fifty
Mr. Small may or may not be right about
With those who are nifty,
the labels for the two political camps, or the
Think nothing of It.
reasons that people will vote for their particular
,
We have a real lively crew No ss.
candidate.Mr. .
Down on the two.
Goldwater is conservative. I think that
If a good play
you see
calling him ULTRA conservative without calling
Just yell down our way,
Mr. Humphrey ULTRA liberal Is unfair. To
We will climb up a pole
say that segregationists vote for GoldwaterIs
Our team to behold
also too limiting a statement. Many, peopleare
And to see how we won
voting for the Arizona senator for different 211 W. Universit Axe.
Will just read the "Sun"Thick
reasons. Some, like me, want to see a two nothing of It.
party system In the South. Others want to


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ore Programs Undergo ChangesROTC


-

for two hours Except for a few surprises,
week
changes for termination.The teach but 14 hours of drill each every other well
program the other
houras each unit keeps
UF students feature less Air Force ROTCAFROTC) trimester, so I cut out the :est," rather than" weekly for one Informed. And unless the AROTC

, more pay, scholarships, cut In half Its 28 hour drill pro- said Col. William N. Boaz, AF- the AF. raises for over 300 Intelligence agents work fast, the
something for for 1,757 basic students ROTC commander. AROTC Monthly pay
gram
and "little surprise"
jinlforms, ROTC students (Juniorsand AFROTC has a
(824 freshmen, 933 sophomores) commander Col. James T. advanced
rls. and new college In store for them.
a
sleek 1965 model is aimed In a surprise move. The Army Hennessey said, "We were forcedto seniors) In a "I'U spring It at the 'Gator

consumer, Is loaded with ROTC (AROTC) followed suit cut when the AF did", to keep scholarship program bill are awaiting Growl. Until then,it's top secret,"

sories, and breaks with Immediately, to the delight of its the two programs equal. Congressional said AFROTC commander Col.
signature.
Johnson's
basic students (859 fresh- "The AF gets the credit for President
to thet 1,278 ROTC
ion, all at no expense will send up Doaz. Col. Hennessey,
> save for his Interest, men, 419 sophomores). the Idea," Hennessey added, "but "The Pentagon instructions after commander, had no comment.
and de- "I found we were required to give the Army credit for drilling implementing "
-essiveness the bill becomes law, Hennessey

said. Boaz added, "The UF staff

Is studying the provisions of the MarionetteShow

program right now."
rTTJi The bill raises the $27 monthl

Day of advanced ROTC cadets I Ia to

minimum of $40. Congress seta HereLlords'

maximum of $50, allowing the '
-
actual raise to be determined teach
International Concert
military service.
theatre will come to UF tonightat

Raises will go to 87 Juniors am 8:15 to present a one-man mar-

89 seniors in the voluntary, advanced ionette show in the University

AROTC program, and 78 Auditorium.The .
Juniors( and 64 seniors In advance concert theatre sponsoredby
AFROTC. Basic ROTC cadets don' the Florida Union Fine Arts

receive pay. Participation for the Committee, consists of an adult-

first two years Is mandatory.The style puppet show of prancing and
dancing marionettes of all types

scholarship program U and ages Interpreting scores of

worth about $850 a school year to well-known musical compositions.Llords .
all the
sOLD has costumed
aach ROTC cadet selected,
Hennessey said. Freshmen and puppets In his show and operates
the music and props himself.Spec-
junior( college transfers can apply
selection applicants ial effects of designing together
competitive
Dy will be nominated for the with added props of smoke, rain,
bubbles, and underwater illusionsare
four scholarship program -
two or year
stated. included In Llords' ..how.Admt.ltoD .
Hennessey
to the Concert
Within each UF ROTC progran
Theatre Is $1. Tickets are avail-
there are several, specializes<
able in Room 315 Florida Union
lub-programs. and will be sold at the door.

STYLE Gator Guard uniforms shown here are out for 1964. The new ones The "Gator-Raiders" of the A reception will be held in Dryan -

re set for display on Oct. 16 during the Homecoming parade and that night during AROTC Is an all-volunteer outfit Lounge.: following the performance. -
organized along the lines of a
[Gator Growl. (Photo Courtesy Army ROTC) Special Forces combat unit

Raiders" learn killing with i a

Bayonet, hand-to-hand combat,

uard Spent $3,100 But long range combat patrolling,,

water survival, and unconventional i



Still Needs More From SG warfare.Jim 1 1ti


drill teams from colleges and universities throughoutthe ..
Uthough the Army has spent $3,100 for new

forms, Gator Guard still needs a large approprlan South. LaBrec*
Government if it Is to carry out Its
|> from Student "After we won first place, Sarasota wanted us to
nned activities.A said Stryker. "We told wecouldn't 1
exhibition,
request for $1,200 was returned to the Budget put on an unless they our way. They sent us a check
Finance Committee at the Legislative Council go

eeting Sept. 29."Ibis request was over $400 for"We$300.are one of the few drill teams left that still says. i t

her than last year. firing.(Billy Mitchell Drill Team does

Gator Guard expects to have 45 official according U.s. Army to does also.)precision I believe that this Is the reason we won first ((Stands to reason that a life
less Homecoming,
blue uniforms by
.
last ," he said. designed tpresily .
Thew place year Insurance policy
Guard faculty advisor.
>pt. Billy Wood, Gator Wood said that trips are financed by student
Capt menandsold
best.
drill for college
who
uniforms will go to the men and money earned Gator
I The uniforms will have light blue trousers with Government appropriations working at various functions as only to college men-glvts 1 1ci
personnel
pld stripes on the. side. of the lees, and jackets Guard and ushers. you the most benefits for your ,

a dark blue, light-weight material. Officer's rank guards"We have two platoons of 32 men,each going through money when you consider thcollege <
11 appear on the shoulders, non-commissioned "said Wood. "It takes
extensive training right now, men sre,preferred Inlur-
icers having a West Point style chevron. Interest to drill for six hours
of
Gator Guard someone with a lot net risks:Call m.end, I'll fill you
| Cadet 1st Lt. Thomas E. Stryker "
mmander, said that the extra money was needed a week.activities are planned this year: (1) Sunshine In on THE BENEFACTOR, Co -

cause the trip to the Mardi Gras would be longer Six Festival Parade, Ocala(2)SarasotaPageant leg. Llf.', famous policy, ticlislvtly -

is year (about seven days), and It would not be Christmas Grand Parade (3) LevyCounty Fair,williston for colite m O>
.
Bible to stay aboard the USS Lexington or at a Third Alabama Invitational Drill Meet, Ft. Mc-
(4)
fillitary base, as In the past. Ala. (5) Indian River Jubilee, Cocoa Beach
Clellan,
award inKing
Last year Gator Guard took first place
and(6) Mardi Gras. )
thirty
e Venus Prade, while competing with J

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Greeks Labled f/mmature' Av/aids 20Scholarships i






Most fraternity members are Fraternities William G. Cross. country," Cross added. are shown by the continuance of
I
Immature and Irresponsible "They are like any other Cross said that examples of this pledge hazing, outlawed by most

according to faculty Advisor to Immature teenagers In the Immaturity and irresponsibility national fraternities, and stealing

photographs of fraternity and Scholarship awards totaling

sorority members. $2,250 to students in the UP school

Painting of the Delta Gamma of Journalism and Communicationswere
Coeds Elect
Lonesome Pickets ; "anchor" and the Sigma Phi announced yesterday by RaeO.

Epsilon "black sambo" have been Weimer, Director.

traditions on this campus. But Robert Benjamin Cason a
The Women's Student Associa-
SGER Jobless Cross added that this sometimes Journalism senior from Alachua,
tion (WSA) representatives and
gets ,out of hand. "The most will receive the top award of$750
the Freshman Council representatives -
recent incident is the throwing of made available by the Jacksonville
from each of the women's
"We've put ourselves out of "Our registration drive has been black paint into the front room of News .Club. The awards are given
dormitories were elected recently.Northwest .
business," said Wilburn H. quite successful. We've registered the Delta Gamma house," Cross by the Sunshine Park Racing
Browara officers are
"Rick" Rivenbark, president of more than 2,500 new voters In said. Association of Oldsmar, Florida.
Peggy Cartier, president Tteo
WSA' the Student Group for Equal Rights the past two or three years," he G r a d e standings were not Students receiving Grant land
Jankowski, Representative;
(SGER). added. compiled this year because the Rice Scholarships are:
Sheryl Braren, freshman repre-
... sentative. "Since the civil rights bill was "The SGER plans to hold a fraternities misrepresented their Jay Bryant Havlser--Bartow

.. 'O Northeast Broward officers are passed, all the theaters, lunch meeting as soon as an advisor can grades and the number of active Edwina Jane Young--Belle Grade

counters, and restaurants have had be found. At that time new off leers members they had. Nancy Ann BracheyBradentonJ.J.
Sally Stldham, president; Gall Roberts -
to Integrate. These were our main will be elected. Rivenbark will not "U fraternities would live up Ralph Hohrath--Deland
WSA representative;Sharon
West, freshman representative. objectives," Rivenbark, 7AS,said. be available for the presidency. to the principles for which they Michael E.Wayda David Eric Wle-'

"We've reactivated the National were founded, they would be land--Gainesville
Southwest Broward officers are
Association for the Advancementof Utopias," Cross stated. John Christopher Gain Phillip L.
Elen S t 0 sse r, president; Cindy
Colored People (NAACP) Youth Cross said that some Cover--Jacksonville
Klausner, WSA representative;
Council Gainesville. We've sent fraternities do have responsible Daniel Hogan CromerLakelandJohn
Hazel Bakst, freshman repre-
sentative. members of the SGER to the Old Peel Plans leaders. He added that the solutionto F.'Clendenon--Largo

Southeast Broward officers are council, and some of these the problem of Irresponsibility Joel Hyatt Senger--Merritt Island

members have become its officers lies with the responsible officersof Stephen Kruvant Katz Miami
Connie Hick man, president;
," he said. For Magazine the various houses. Beach
Wynette Rickman, WSA representative -
As a result of the civil rights Associate Dean of Women and Sondra Ross-Miami
; Vicki Bussey,fresh-
bill and the NAACP Youth Council, Advisor to Sororities Evelyn Mlllard C. Reid, Jr.--Mt. Dora
man representative.
the SGER may not reactivate this HomecomingThe Sellers said that most of the John William Herzog--North
Graham Hall officers are Betty '
year. sorority girls are responsible and Miami
Winter, president Joanne Wood-
The group must find a faculty Old Orange Peel, after mature. She added that there area Gary Lorne SwallowOrlandoJ.
ward, WSA representative Mary
; sponsor within the week or go changing ownership twice since few cases where a couple of Bennett Taylor-..Sarasota"*
Gresh freshman .
representative.East
inactive because of Student Gov- April, plans to publish before girls do get out of hand; but this Gerald George Lamoureux; Carol
Jennings officers
are ernment regulations. In addition, Homecoming, says its editor, Is an exception rather than a rule. Jean Nobis--West Palm BeachExhilarating.
Louise Patton, president; Mary --- -
the club members may well vote William Goeller. ''
SW }:t'
Owen, WSA representative Diane
inactivate the club, accordingto According to Goeller, 4ED, a "\
Murray, freshman representative.Center .
Rivenbark. one-year lease on the Old Peel
Jennings officers are
Most of our active work-- was sold to Joseph Dillard in April.
Lynn Hall, president Cindy Lake
; F''ri
picketing and negotiation--has DiUard published one Issue of the
WSA representative Mickie
; been done. Right now we're Peel this summer.
Schreiber, freshman
sentative. repre- primarily concerned with helping Goeller was at this time

the Negro find: a better Job and Advertising Manager for the Peel.
West Jennings officers are Carol
increasing voter registration. According to Goeller the editors
George president Nancy Atwater
,
In the past, BOER members had "walked out" leaving him with

WSA representative; Judy Young, worked officially In voter no more Investment In the Peel .
freshman representative. a
registration, but this fall all the than "a lot of time."
Mallory Hall officers are Bar-
work was done unofficially. Goeller now plans to publish
:
bara Rowse, president;Julie Colo-
"About 90 per cent of our members an Issue before, or possibly on,
mitt WSA
representative Denise
; worked at registration this Homecoming. Satire on the administration _
Lapointe, freshman represen- fall through the NAACP Youth and cartoons are still
tative.
Council and the Voters League. the bill of fare.
North Rawllngs Hall officersare
We had a goal of 1,000 new regis The first Old Peel Issue will
Debbie Douglass president
; trations. At last count we had well print 5,000 copies of thirty pages
Robbie Blake WSA representative
; over 600 and we're still working," each. Two Peelmates and two
Judy Banks freshman
,
representa Rivenbark said. UF majorettes, will be featured.

tive.South ---- --- ----- -- ----
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Some Florida sportswriters Norm Carlson, sports publicity
might sit out the Mlsslssippl- director."It case
Florida football game In an refuses to move sometime In
jelentor. during most home games," SMU
The elevator In the stadium got Carlson reports.
[stuck 45 minutes with television
I men and newsmen aboard at the Carlson speaks from experience
(southern Methodist (SMU) game having been trapped three timesIn
|Sept. 19. the tempermental machine him
It also stopped for approximately self. "One year I was trapped 45 been
I five minutes with Dr. J. Wayne minutes the Friday before our a
Reitz. UF president, and Haydon opening game," Carlson said.
I Burns, Democratic gubernatorial Every home game the athletic see
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Dupree Shift Might his Is" ,


Come Against RebelsThe ; ;


long awaited switch of "Weight doesn't play as big a too lift
(Florida fullback Larry Dupree to part In college ball as It used the
[halfback may become a reality too," he said. "With the wide Com
(this Saturday against Mississippi. open offenses, the emphasis has
"I don't think switching over been placed on quickness and
1 will give Larry too many pro- toughness.Ole .
blems," said Head Coach Ray new
(Graves. "He has run from the
Miss has been going witha by
{halfback position before. This will
nine-man rush on defense for has
give us a better rotation of our
the last eight or nine years and No
backs this with at half
year Dupree Graves doesn't think they are goingto yet.
"
back.
change any for this game.
Graves still to start the
plans "You naturally have to have a
same backfield of Tommy Shannonat very well balanced offense when told
quarterback Jack Harper and you play a team like Missi- would
Alan Poe at halfbacks
and
Dupree '
ssippi Graves commented. "We to "
lat fullback plan to throw a few offensive
For the first time
this seasouFlorida surprises at them which we hope the
will be outweighed In the will them little bit
give a of be

(line.it trouble. used.B.rails.

staples "Mississippi Is a team' that Bookstore'I
I term papers and class notes, photo hasn't quite Jelled yet. There is and
I graph,news items,themes,reports. still that potential lying there waiting -
to be used to its fullest extent." much
Graves said he was stating fact cost.
when he predicted It would take
at least four touchdowns to beat the
the Rebels Saturday. the "
"The only team to beat them ball
this year, Kentucky had to score
four touchdowns before they could to
win," said Graves. with

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Flood WashesYankees' Out' : : i




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LOUIS (UPI) Curt Flood, Ford, who started the game witha batters and seven ol' the previous !
a fleet defensive star regarded record total of 10 World Series nine when Ken Boyer opened the \ riy/r yM
In St. Louis as a "little Willie victories, with his eighth loss In sixth with a single to left field. t
Mays," drove in two key runs classic competition also a record. Boyer took second on a passed /
with a triple and a single Wed- Smashing as the Cardinal victorywas ball but Bill White struck out and .
nesday to lead the Cardinals to a it took one of their patened the batter was Sahnnon. i
$. smashing 9-5 victory over the New "flash" rallies to overcome a Shannon brought the first of a (
York Yankees in the first game of 4-2 lead which the Ynakees had series of tremendous roars from
the World Series.Unleashing built up against hot-shot 23yearold the partisan crowd when ho sent '
a 12-hit attack that Ray Sadeckl with the help of a towering drive to the top of the p
also Included a two-run homer by two-run homer and a run- 75-foot high score-board behind 't ( ceC1
Mike Shannon and a triple by Tim producing double by Tom Tresh. the left field bleachers for agame- ,
McCarver, the Cardinals closed tying two-run homer. Ford was hr "end-on-end" or tradition
out the triumph Just as they closed The Cardinals had tapped Ford lifted when McCarver doubled and tierjr
out so many games in the final for a run in both the first and Manager Johnny Keane sent { .
days of the frantic National League second innings but the 35yearold up Charley James as a pinch hit-
I pennant race with vagabond relief left-hander seemed to have ter. '
ace Barney Schultz on the settled down and looked en routeto Manager Yogi Berra of the I
mound. a relatively easy victory. Yankees called in Al Downing, a
The Cardinals tagged Whitey Ford had retired five straight left-hander who won 13 games dur- '
r. ing the UNIVERSITY ROW
------- -- season.
4K Downing got James to pop up
i SEC Statistics but then Keane made his second (
big move of the Inning-and it was The tradition of this 100% cotton fabric is
;' SCORING LEADERS the big one of the game.
rooted in Britain. The authenticity of the
He sent Carl Warwick who
up
: sport shirt is rooted in Manhattan9. It's an
t t delivered a clutch single to left
PAT 2-Pt. Total
unbeatable combination. Check all details
to put the Redbirds ahead 54. :
.:, Player & School TD FG Kick PAT Pts. ,
the roll of the button-down
collar the
Then came Flood with the first of rear
his hits-a guard collar button pleat and locker
.k 1. Namath, Ala. 5 -- -- -- 30 big booming triple off loop
the left field bleaches that boostedthe and of the
course, correctly tapered body.
/ 2. Ray, Ala. 1 3 6 -- 21
to 64. The Cardinals
score .
3. Bird, Ky. 3 -- -- -- 18
I; scored three more runs In the ** $5 QnCOW&UM& $5.95
\ 4. Kestner, Ky. 3 -- -- -- 18 / A
eighth to Ice the
\ 5. Erwin, Miss. 3 '6 15 game.
\: 6. Sidle, Auburn 2 -- -- -- 12
-- Harper, Fla. 2 -- -- -- 12
-- Rhoden, Miss. st. 2 -- -- -- 12 225 W. University Ave.
9. Hall, Fla. 2 4 -- 10 Specialists in University ClothingFree
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TEN TOP PUNTERS ,
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Player & School Kicks Yards Avg.Kilgore .
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) Auburn 14 631 45.1
,\\ Wldby, Tenn. ,.'. 18 795 44.2
'' French, Ala. 6 256 44.0 ..

ft' Faircloth, Ga. I tf ,11 477 43.4 ..
Spurrier, Fla. '" .. ;'1 '1( : 12 512 42.7
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) Lambert, Miss. 'l 294 42.0 !

\ BIrd, Ky. 7 286 40.9
Carroll, Miss. St. 10 375 37.5
\r: East, Tulane 12 444 37.0
I' Shuford, Vandy 13 440 36.7
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TEAM RUSHING OFFENSE
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. Alabama 2 91 479 239.5 .:
2. Auburn 2 100 416 208.0 TRADITIONALFOR
3. Kentucky 2 92 346 173.0
4. L.5.U. 2 88 332 166.0 COLLEGE
S. Mississippi 2 71 277 138.5
\ 6. Florida 2 92 236 118.0
7. Miss. State 2 79 215 107.5 THE
8. Georgia 2 73 214 107.0
I' 9. Tennessee 2 71 177 88.5
"j 10.Vanderbilt 2 80 173 86.5
11.Tulane 2 51 71 35.5 HOPSACK ,' ',: .

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1. Auburn 2 43 89 44.5
2. Alabama 2 52 107 53.5 heads the classin
3. Mississippi 2 67 137 68.5
I 4. Miss. State 2 110 211 105.5 style creditsIt's
5. Tennessee 2 83 219 109.5 '

...... 6. L.B.U. 2 78 223 111. T the new textured weave
t 7. Florida 2 65 259 129.5
8. Kentucky 2 70 279 139.5 that has conquered the campus -

I 9. Vanderbilt 2 100 349 174.5 Look over our natural
'I 10.Georgia 2 86 351 175.5 1
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, 1. Kentucky '2 52 28 3 .538 443 216.5
1'1 f 2. Miss. 2 47 30 4 .638 345 112.5 Free parking on the First Federal lot.

) 3. Alabama 2 41 26 0 .634 290 145.0
.J 4. Vandy 2 56 25 2 .446 284 142.0
..y ,.-. S. L.B.U. 2 38 25 0 .658 232 116.0 Sdreiman
, 6. Fla. 2 29 1'1 0 .586 202 101.0 ( "
' 1. Tulane 2 39 24 4 .615 193 96.5
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